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Alabama Could See Shortest Red Snapper Season Ever
Alabama recreational red snapper fishermen could be slapped with a 6- to 9-day season—the shortest snapper season ever in the state—when the season opens in federal waters on June 1.

That would be even shorter than in 2014 and 2015 when fishermen, public officials and state and federal lawmakers were outraged. The snapper season last year was 10 days long, just one day longer from 2014’s record low of nine.

That was the dire warning from U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne, of Fairhope

By July, thousands who live across Alabama get an itchin’ for the return of some fall staples—namely deer season and college...

In AON’s Hunting Land Special—a free classified listing that is published each July in AON—we connect hunters with clubs...

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Guide To May Speckled Trout On The Alabama Coast
Anglers along the Alabama coast this month can take advantage of some of the best speckled trout fishing of the year. And specks won’t be the only species you’ll hook into.

Capt. Gary Davis, of Magnolia Springs, has fished...

Hunting
55 Teams Compete In State School Archery Championships
More than 1,250 high school, middle school and elementary school archers from 55 Alabama schools  participated in the 2016 National Archery in the Schools (NASP) Alabama State Tournament at the Cramton Bowl Multiplex in Montgomery on April 7.
Fishing
Logan Martin’s May Spots And Largemouth
George Crain includes a Bassmaster Classic berth in his fishing résumé.

With such lofty credentials and yearly success in various tournament circuits, George enjoys the luxury of fishing on famed fisheries around the...

AON's Tracking Dogs & Deer Coolers Lists
Here's AON's 2015 Dial-a-Tracking Dog and Deer Coolers lists. Some folks have dropped off the lists this year, but there are some new faces, as well. If you have a deer down, these lists should provide everything you need to find it and get it to a cooler for storage or processing.

To add a dog or processor to either list, call AON at (800) 438-4663.
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